The launch of hybrid cars or the various forms of recycling were an important part of the agenda of countries in Latin America and the rest of the globe. However, in terms of technology becomes very still premature to speak of an effective “green revolution.” This is because beyond recognizing the benefits of more sustainable development in these areas of production, yet there was no impact on the daily lives of all people.
Is 2011 the year that effectively encourage and invest in the realization of more sustainable practices? Experts say it’s all about to change and next year is shaping up as one of the most promising for the advancement of green technology.
In mid-2010 and was hailed as a record production and sales of green technology (thus considered to be produced through alternative energy sources produce no pollution at the same performance). But experts say that in 2011 it will become more important because different proposals entrepreneurs can implement them with the help of government agencies or private companies.
According to BBC World, the Consumer Electronics Association of America (CEA) and Claremont Creek Investment Fund, agree that the coming months will be conducive to the ecology and technology increasingly go hand in hand.
One of the main points so it will be possible to reach higher consumption and therefore to greater production of such green products, environmental awareness is that every day is set up in more people. Thanks to the steady spread of issues related to global pollution and how sustainable development can help against this, consumers will increasingly turning to products that are developed taking into account its impact on the environment.
This is not an easy task because of one day to another is not possible to change the habits of each resident. However, as Jessica says Booth of CEA, this trend is slowly growing: “The idea of adopting the green is no longer a foreign concept to consumers. In fact over the years have implemented green practices in their lifestyles, such as recycling or avoiding plastic bags at the supermarket. “
This growing awareness of consumers, coupled with incentives that many governments are providing for the development of green technologies, suggests that next year will grow sustainable initiatives and people will receive them with increasing enthusiasm. Hopefully this time the forecasts are tipping to the side of sustainability.